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Jul
03

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe


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Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb RecipeHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe

If you are looking for a fun cosmetic recipe for the summertime, then check out our Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe! This foaming bath fizzy recipe uses wholesale cosmetic supplies from Natures Garden to create a quality bath and body recipe that you will be sure to love. Of course, this bath recipe uses high quality ingredients that will be sure to nourish the skin. Further, this bath bomb recipe uses a sweet fragrance and gorgeous colors to provide you with the perfect fizzy bath bomb recipe.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients from Natures Garden

Citric Acid
Baking Soda- Sodium Bicarbonate
Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
Kaolin Clay Powder
Hawaiian Splash Fragrance Oil
Rice Bran Oil
Neon Orange FUN Soap Colorant
Lemon Peel Powder
Neon Blue FUN Soap Colorant
Orange Peel Powder
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
White Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Safety Gloves
Natures Garden Soap Apron
Safety Glasses
Bath Bomb Molds
Safety Mask

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment

Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoon
Scale

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Weights and Amounts of Cosmetics

300 grams of the Citric Acid
600 grams of the Baking Soda
18 grams of the Rice Bran Oil
5 grams of the Neon Orange FUN Soap Colorant
18 grams of the Hawaiian Splash Fragrance Oil
5 grams of the Neon Blue FUN Soap Colorant
182 grams of the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
5 grams of the Orange Peel Powder
10 grams of the Kaolin Clay Powder
5 grams of the Lemon Peel Powder

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparations

Before you begin making your bath bomb recipe, there are a few preparations. First, you will want to gather all of your equipment for making cosmetics. The crafting process goes easier when you gather what you need before making the bath and body recipe. Also, you will want to sanitize your equipment to make sure your work area is clean and ready to use. Further, it is suggested that you wear gloves, protective clothing, and a hair net while you prepare your soap recipe. After you have made these preparations, you will be ready to work on making this fizzy bath bomb recipe!

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare the Witch Hazel

One more thing that you will want to prepare before you get started with this bath recipe is your bottle of witch hazel. You are going to want to get one of the 8 oz. clear bottles wholesale and a sprayer. Then, you will need to fill the bottle with witch hazel and add the sprayer top. You are going to set this witch hazel bottle aside for a later step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare Your Dry IngredientsHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare Your Dry Ingredients

First, you are going to prepare the baking soda. You will need to get a medium sized mixing bowl and add 600 grams of the Baking Soda. Then, you will need to use your gloved hands to break up any clumps. Once this powdered herb is smooth and free of clumps, you can move on to the next step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Other Dry Ingredients

Now, you are going to want to weigh out all of your other dry cosmetic ingredients. So, you are going to need the same medium sized mixing bowl to combine these wholesale cosmetic ingredients. In this bowl, you are going to need to add 300 grams of the Citric Acid, 182 grams of the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, and 10 grams of the Kaolin Clay Powder. Again, you will need to use your gloved hands to break up any clumps that may be in these powders. Also, you will need to mix these cosmetic ingredients together thoroughly.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Measure Out the Hawaiian Splash ScentHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Measure Out the Hawaiian Splash Scent

In a separate bowl, you are going to need to prepare the cosmetic oil for this recipe. So, you will need to add 18 grams of the Hawaiian Splash Fragrance Oil to your small bowl. This scent will provide your DIY bath bomb recipe with an aroma of Hawaiian Punch. This fragrance has fruity notes of pineapple, papaya, apricot, guava, orange, and passion fruit that blend with other notes to create a scrumptious fragrance!

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Cosmetic OilHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Cosmetic Oil

Next, you are going to add the cosmetic oil to the small bowl of fragrance. Then, you are going to need to add 18 grams of the rice bran oil to this small bowl. Once you have this cosmetic oil measured out, you are ready to move on to the next step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Cosmetic Ingredients

Now, you are going to combine the dry ingredients with the cosmetic oils. So, you are going to need both the medium mixing bowl and the small bowl. You can add these cosmetic oils to your medium mixing bowl. Then, you will need to use your gloved hands to blend these cosmetic ingredients together evenly. Once your mixture has been mixed well, you are going to divide your mixture in half. One half can remain in the bowl and the other half can be added to a new mixing bowl.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Herb Powder to the First PortionHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Herb Powder to the First Portion

You are going to add the cosmetic herb to one of your two portions of the bath bomb mixture. You are going to need to add a total of 5 grams of the Orange Peel Powder to the bowl. Once this cosmetic ingredient has been added, you are going to need to incorporate both these ingredients into the mixture. So, you are going to need to use your gloved hands to mix everything together. Then, you can move on to the next step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Color the First Half of the MixtureHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Color the First Half of the Mixture

Next, you are going to add the color to the same portion of the bath bomb mixture. So, you will need to add 5 grams of the Neon Orange FUN Soap Colorant to this portion of the mixture. After adding the orange cosmetic soap colorant, you are going to want to use your gloved hands to fully incorporate the colorant into this portion of the bath bomb mixture. Once the color is evenly incorporated, you can set this bowl off to the side.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Herb to the Second PortionHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Herb to the Second Portion

Now you are ready to prepare the second portion of your bath bomb mixture. First, you are going to add the cosmetic herb to your mixture. So, you will need to add 5 grams of the Lemon Peel Powder to the second bath bomb mixture. Then, you will need to use clean, gloved hands to mix everything together and full incorporate your dried lemon powder. Once this powdered herb is incorporated, you are ready to move on to the next step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Color the Second Half of the MixtureHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Color the Second Half of the Mixture

Now you are ready to add the colorant to this portion of the bath bomb mixture. So, you are going to need to add 5 grams of the Neon Blue FUN Soap Colorant to this mixture. Again, you will need to use your gloved hands to mix everything together. After all of your ingredients have been mixed together well, you are ready to move on to the next step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Activating the Blue PortionHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Activating the Blue Portion

Now that your blue portion has been mixed together, you are ready to activate the mixture. So, you are going to retrieve your bottle of witch hazel. You will need to continue to mix your batter with a gloved hand as you spray with witch hazel. You will want to continue to spray until your mixture reaches a crumbly dough consistency. But, you will need to be careful not to overspray your mixture. Once you have the right consistency, you are ready to set this bowl aside and move on to the next step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Activating the Orange PortionHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Activating the Orange Portion

Next, you are going to prepare the orange portion of your bath bomb mixture. So, you are going to need to retrieve your orange mixture. Again, you are going to need to use your gloved hands to mix the dough as you spray the witch hazel. Also, you will want to make sure that your gloves are clean to avoid mixing colors. Once your dough reaches the right consistency, you are ready to move on to the next stage in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Orange Half of the Bath BombHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Orange Half of the Bath Bomb

At this point you are ready to fill your best bath bomb molds with this finished bath bomb mixture. So, grab which bath bomb molds work best for you and begin to fill up one side of the mold. You will need to pack your bath bomb mold tightly with the orange mixture. Once this half of the bath bomb is filled, you can set it aside and move on to the next of the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Blue Half of the Bath BombHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Blue Half of the Bath Bomb

Next, you are going to fill the second half of the bath bomb mold. So, you will need to use your gloved hands to fill this half with your blue mixture. Again, you are going to need to make sure that you pack the mold tight. Once this half of the mold is packed tight, you are ready to move on to the next step.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Finishing the Bath BombHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Finishing the Bath Bomb

Now that both halves of the mold are filled, you are going to finish your bath bomb. First, you are going to need to spray each side of the bath bomb lightly with witch hazel. Then, push both halves together until the mold snaps shut. You are going to need to repeat filling the other bath bomb molds in the same way until you run out of the mixture.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Using Your Finished Bath Bombs

Finally, you have finished creating your bath bomb recipe. Now you just need to wait for your wholesale bath bombs to set up completely. You will know that your bath bombs have completely set up as they will begin to harden. Once your bath bombs are set up, you can remove them from the mold. Of course, you can leave your finished bath bombs in the mold to use as easy packaging wholesale. But, at this point, it is safe to remove from the mold to use or determine your own bath bomb packaging solutions.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Make Your Own Hawaiian Splash

Hawaiian Splash is a fragrance that is pure tropical fun, but it could be fun to make your own splash in a Hawaii vacation! If you are interested in planning your own getaway, then check out all the fun ideas on Hawaii.com. This website shares ideas on accommodations, things to do, ways to save money, and more!

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Reach Out to UsReach Out to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed creating this fun and fizzy bath bomb recipe. If you have any more questions about how to make this bath and body recipe, then feel free to reach out to us. You can talk to us over the phone on our HUG Line, in the Natures Garden store in Wellington Ohio, and on our website. Another easy way to reach out to us is through our social media platforms. First, we are available on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on both Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these social media platforms to ask us any questions that you may have, but you can share your own ideas for making cosmetics at home, too. So, we hope that we can hear from you sometime very soon!

Jun
03

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe


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Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb RecipeCucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe

Check out a fantastic bath bomb recipe that you can try right at home! If you are someone that is looking for a refreshing homemade bath and body recipe, then the Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe may be the perfect recipe for you! This bath bomb recipe includes some wonderful cosmetic ingredients from Natures Garden. Plus, the aroma of this bath and body recipe is sweet, refreshing, and perfect for creating a lovely bath experience. Together these ingredients create a cosmetic recipe that is perfect for a fun, fizzy bath that you will be sure to enjoy.

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients From Natures Garden

Citric Acid
Baking Soda- Sodium Bicarbonate
Bentonite Clay
Cucumber and Melons Fragrance Oil
Lime Green FUN Soap Colorant
Neon Green FUN Soap Colorant
Neon Yellow FUN Soap Colorant
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
White Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Safety Gloves
Natures Garden Soap Apron
Safety Mask
Bath Bomb Molds
Safety Glasses

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment Needed

Witch Hazel (in an 8 oz spray bottle)
Mixing Bowls
Scale
Mixing Spoon
Disposable Latex Gloves

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Weights of Ingredients

250 grams of the Citric Acid
460 grams of the Baking Soda
10 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder
14 grams of the Cucumber and Melons Fragrance Oil
A few drops of the Neon Green FUN Soap Colorant
Toothpick amount of the Neon Yellow FUN Soap Colorant
A few drops of the Lime Green FUN Soap Colorant

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Clean and Sanitize

Before you can get started with this bath and body recipe, you will want to clean and sanitize your equipment and work area. First, you will want to collect and sanitize the equipment you need to create your bath bomb recipe. Also, you are going to clean a work space with enough area for you to work comfortably. This will make the process easier and more fun. Plus, you will want to use gloves to keep your bath bomb mixture clean.

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Preparations

Additionally, you are going to want to prepare a bottle of witch hazel, which will be used in a later step of the bath bomb process. So, you will want to grab an 8 oz bullet bottle and the fine mist sprayers. You will need to fill your bullet bottles with the witch hazel. Set this filled bottle aside until a later step as this will be used to activate your bath bomb mixture.

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: A Note About This Recipe

Since this cosmetic recipe is activated by water, you will find that this bath and body recipe is best prepared in climates that aren’t very humid. So, you may want to pay attention to the amount of humidity in your area. If your climate is too humid, your bath bombs might not set up completely.

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Baking Soda

First, you will want to measure out your baking soda and add it to a medium mixing bowl. So, you will want to measure out 460 grams of Baking Soda. After you have your baking soda weighed, you will want to break up all of the clumps. One of the easiest ways that you can break up these baking soda clumps is to use your hands. Of course, you will want to use disposable gloves on your hands to break up these lumps. Once the baking soda is smooth, you can move on to the next step.

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Remaining Dry Ingredients

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Remaining Dry IngredientsNext, you are ready to add the other two dry cosmetic ingredients to your smooth baking soda. So, you are going to weigh out 250 grams of the Citric Acid and add it to your bowl. Further, you are going to weigh out 10 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder to your mixing bowl. After adding these cosmetic ingredients to the bowl, you are going to use your gloved hands to mix everything together thoroughly.

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Mix in the Scented Oil

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Mix in the Scented OilNow, you are ready to mix in the scented oil for this bath and body recipe. So, you will want to add 14 grams of the Cucumber and Melons Fragrance Oil. After adding this scent to your cosmetic mixture, you will need to use your gloved hands to mix everything together well. Once the fragrance oil has been fully combined in your mixture, you are ready to move on to the next step!

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Cucumber and Melons Fragrance OilCucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Cucumber and Melons Fragrance Oil

Another benefit of this bath bomb recipe is the wonderful aroma of our bright and fresh fragrance oil! This scent has a sweet and sour note of cucumber followed by a deep green oily note with hints of violet. Finally, the scent is completed with a background of sweet, freshly sliced honeydew melon.

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Separate the Mixture Into Portions

Next, you are going to need to divide your bath bomb recipe into two even portions. So, you will have half of this recipe in the same mixing bowl and half of your cosmetic mixture in a new mixing bowl. Once your bath bomb mixture is divided you are ready to add your soap colorants to the portions.

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Coloring the Lime Green Portion

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Coloring the Lime Green PortionYou are going to make one of your bath bomb portions lime green in color. So, you are going to need to add a few drops of the Lime Green FUN Soap Colorant. Then, use your gloved hands to fully mix the color into this portion of the bath recipe. Also, you will want to add a very small amount of the Neon Yellow FUN Soap Colorant, which you can add using a toothpick. Now, you will want to continue to mix until your color is fully and evenly combined. Also, you can incorporate more of these colorants if the bath mixture is not yet at the right shade of lime green.

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Coloring the Green Portion

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Coloring the Green PortionNext, you are going to create the green portion of this bath bomb recipe. You are going to need to grab the uncolored portion of your bath bomb mixture. Then, you will add a few drops of the Neon Green FUN Soap Colorant. You will need to use a clean pair of gloves to mix the green color into your mixture. Once you have the color mixed in, you can determine whether you need to add more colorant to achieve a pretty green hue.

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Activating the Lime Green Portion

Now, you are going to grab your lime green colored portion of the bath bomb mixture. Also, you are going to want to grab the bottle of witch hazel. You will want to spray a few squirts of the witch hazel into the bowl. Then, use clean gloves to mix the lime green bath bomb mixture. You will want to continue spraying and mixing the mixture until it takes on a crumbly dough consistency. Be careful not too overspray as this can potentially activate your mixture in the bowl.

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling Half of the Bath Bomb Mold

Next, you are going to be filling the bottom half of your bath bomb molds. So, separate your bath bomb molds and set aside the top half of the mold for now. Take one of these bath bomb molds and begin filling it with your lime green mixture. You will want to make sure that you press firmly so that you pack the mixture tightly into the cosmetic mold. Once each of these bath bomb bottom halves are full, you can set them aside for the time being.

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Activating the Green Potion

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Activating the Green Potion

Next, you are going to want to activate the green portion of the bath bomb mixture. So, you will need to get your witch hazel and spray the mixture. Then, you can use a clean gloved hand to mix everything together well. You will want to continue to spray and mix until your mixture has a consistency that is similar to that of crumbly dough. You will want to spray slowly and mix well as you work to make sure that you don’t add too much witch hazel.

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Other Half of the Bath Bomb Mold

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Other Half of the Bath Bomb MoldNow that your mixture is at a crumby dough consistency, you are ready to add this mixture to the other half of the bath bomb mold. So, take the top half of the bath bomb mold and start filling it with your green bath bomb mixture. You will want to make sure that you pack this bath bomb mold half tightly with this mixture.

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Bath Bomb Molds Halves

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Bath Bomb Molds Halves

Once you have filled your bath bomb mold halves, you are ready to combine them to create a whole bath bomb. So, take one top and one bottom of the mold. You will want to lightly spray both sides of the bath bomb mold. Then, you will want to push the two halves together until you hear a snap. After your bath bomb mold is snapped shut, you will want to continue to spray and push your molds together.

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Letting Your Bath Bombs Set Up

Now you just need to wait for your bath bombs to set up! As your bath bombs rest they will begin to harden as they set up. This may take a few days to a week depending on the level of humidity in your climate. Once your bath bombs have hardened, you can remove them from the mold and use them in the bath!

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Using Your Finished Cosmetic Recipe

Now your bath bombs are ready for you to use! If you want to use your own bath bomb packaging you can remove the mold.  Or, you can even leave your bath bombs in the mold as a way to easily package your bath and body recipe until you’re ready to use them. Of course, you can remove your bath bombs as soon as they are set up. Then, you will be ready to add this fun, fizzy cosmetic recipe to your bath!

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Cucumber and Melon Salad Recipe

Not only can you enjoy the lovely aroma of this bath recipe, but you can create a refreshing cucumber melon salad recipe, as well. If you are interested in trying out Cucumber Melon Salad from Taste of Home. This tasty recipe is tangy, scrumptious, and simple to create! So, take a look and try out this delicious food recipe!

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Reach Out to UsCucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you enjoyed creating the cucumber melon bath bomb recipe! If you have any questions about how to make this recipe, then please reach out to us! We are available in the NG store, on the phone, and online. An easy way to reach out to us online is through our social media platforms. First, you can find us on Twitter and Instagram using the handle @ngscents. Also, you can ask us questions on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Further, you can share your own ideas and homemade creations with us and other craft makers, as well. So, we hope to hear from you soon!

Cucumber Melon Bath Bomb Recipe: A Note About Natures Garden Recipes

Natures Garden is not responsible for the performance of any of the recipes provided on our website. Testing this bath bomb recipe is your responsibility. If you plan to resell the bath bomb made from the recipes we provide, it is your responsibility to adhere to all FDA regulations. If there are any ingredients listed in a recipe that Natures Garden does not sell, we cannot offer any advice on where to purchase those ingredients.

May
21

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe


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Bacon Bath BombBacon Bath Bomb Recipe

Bacon has a scrumptious aroma that is sure to make your mouth water! If you like bacon scented products, then the Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe from Natures Garden is a great bath and body recipe for you to check out! This bath bomb recipe is scented with a wholesale fragrance oil that smells just like real bacon fresh from the pan. Not only does this cosmetic recipe smell like bacon, but this layered bath bomb recipe was made to look like bacon, too. So, anyone that is all about bacon is sure to love this bath and body recipe!

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Materials and Supplies

Citric Acid
Baking Soda- Sodium Bicarbonate
Bentonite Clay
Bacon Fragrance Oil
Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant
Red Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
White Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Safety Gloves
Natures Garden Soap Apron
Safety Mask
Bath Bomb Molds
Safety Glasses

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment

Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
Mixing Bowls
Scale
Mixing Spoon

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Weights and Amounts

250 grams of the Citric Acid
460 grams of the Baking Soda
10 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder
14 grams of the Bacon Fragrance Oil

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Clean and Sanitize

First of all, you should know that this recipe is best prepared in non-humid climates. While you can try to make this recipe in a humid environment, it may take longer for your bath bomb to set up.

Also, you should clean your work space and equipment before you begin working on your diy bath bomb recipe. First, washing your craft supplies will prevent you from getting your cosmetic recipe from getting dirty. Plus, cleaning your work space will give you more space to work on creating your scrumptiously scented bath bombs.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Before Making Your Bath Bomb

Before beginning this bath bomb recipe, you will need to prepare a bottle of witch hazel. This witch hazel will be used a little later on in the process to activate the bath bomb mixture. So, you will want to fill your 8 oz bullet bottle with witch hazel and add the spray bottle lid. Now, you can set this bottle aside until you need it at a later step. 

Also, you may want to get disposable, latex gloves for this recipe. Wearing gloves allows you to use your hands to mix the bath bomb, which is easier to mix your cosmetic ingredients. Plus, the gloves will help you to keep your cosmetic mixture clean as you are mixing your bath bomb ingredients.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Weigh Out Baking Soda Powder

First, you are going to weigh out 460 grams of the Baking Soda. After measuring this amount of baking soda, you are going to add this ingredient to a medium mixing bowl. Once you have measured and added this cosmetic ingredient to your bowl, you will want to break up any of the clumps in your baking soda. One of the easiest ways for you to break up these clumps is the use your hands. Of course, you will want to wear gloves to protect your bath bomb mixture. This way you can safely use your hands to easily break up the clumps that may be present. This will make sure the baking soda power is smooth and ready to mix with the other cosmetic ingredients.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Cosmetic Clay Powders

Once your baking soda is smooth and free of clumps, you are ready to add the remaining dry ingredients to the mixture. So, you are going to want to measure and add these dry ingredients to your medium mixing bowl. So, you will need to weigh out 250 grams of the Citric Acid. Also, you will need to measure 10 grams of the Bentonite Clay powder. Then, add both of these ingredients to your medium mixing bowl. After adding these ingredients, you can use your gloved hands to thoroughly mix your cosmetic ingredients together. Once all of your ingredients have been mixed together well, you are ready to move on to the next step in this process.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Scenting Your Bath Bomb Mixture

Now, you are ready to scent your luscious bath bomb mixture with the lovely aroma of our Bacon Fragrance Oil. This delicious and fun bath bomb scent was created to have an aroma that smells just like real, freshly made bacon! If you would like to add this yummy scent to your bath bomb recipe, then weigh out 14 grams of the wholesale Bacon Fragrance Oil. After weighing this scent, you can add this bacon scented oil to the rest of your cosmetic ingredients in the medium mixing bowl. Next, you will want to use your gloved hands to fully mix all of these bath bomb ingredients together. Once this fragrance oil has been combined well into the mix of dry ingredients, you are ready to move on to the next step in the process.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Separating and Coloring the Mixture

Now that your dry cosmetic ingredients and the fragrance oil mixture are fully blended together, you are ready to separate the mixture into portions. You will need to separate your cosmetic mixture into three, even portions. So, you will want to use two additional mixing bowls and move some of your mixture to have an equal portion of this mixture in each bowl. Each of these portions will be a different color for your bath recipe.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: The First Portion of the Mixture

First, you will have a mixture portion that will remain uncolored. So, this portion of the mixture will be white in the final bath bomb mixture. Now, you can set this bowl of uncolored mixture aside for the time being.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Coloring One Mixture Portion

Now, you will want to choose one of your two remaining portions of this cosmetic mixture to color. You will be using both Red Oxide and Brown Oxide to this cosmetic mixture. Then, add a small amount of the Red Oxide FUN Soap Colorant along with a few drops of the Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant to this bowl. You can use a toothpick to add a small amount of the Red Oxide to your mixture. After adding these cosmetic soap colorants, you are ready to mix everything together. Again, you will want to use gloved hands to mix the colorant fully into your bath bomb mixture. Continue mixing your cosmetic ingredients until the color has been evenly blended.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Coloring the Second Mixture Portion

Next, you will want to take the last remaining portion of your bath bomb mixture. Then, you will add Red Oxide and Tomato Red colorant to your mixture. So, add a small amount of the Red Oxide FUN Soap Colorant and a few drops of the Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant to this mixture. Of course, you will want to use some clean gloves to mix this colorant into your cosmetic ingredients. This way you won’t accidentally blend the previous color into this new mixture. 

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Activate Your Bath Bomb Mixtures

Before you can add your mixtures to the bath bomb mold, you will need to activate each of your three mixture portions. So, grab one of the bowls of mixture and begin to lightly spritz the mixture with witch hazel. After a few spritzes with the witch hazel, you will want to use a gloved hand to mix the ingredients together. You will continue to mix and spray witch hazel until the mixture feels like crumbly dough in your hands. You will want to be careful not to over spray your mixture! Once you get the right consistency, you will repeat this process with the two remaining bowls of the bath bomb mixtures.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Begin Filling Your Bath Bomb Molds

Now, you are ready to begin filling up your bath bomb molds. For each of your bath bomb molds, you will need to use these three colors to create a layered bath bomb. We suggest that you use a specific order for the mixture colors. First, you will add a small amount of your darkest colored mixture to the mold. Next, you will add a small amount of the other colored mixture. Then, you will add some of the uncolored mixture to the mold. You will want to continue layering in this order until the bath bomb half is full. Of course, you will want to repeat this process with the remaining bath bomb mold halves until you run out of your mixture portions. 

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Bath Bomb Halves

Once all of your bath bomb mold halves are filled you are ready to combine these bath bomb molds. So, take two of your filled bath bomb halves. Then, you will want to lightly spritz each of the halves. After you have sprayed each of the two halves with witch hazel, you will push the two halves together until the halves snap shut. Once the two halves are attached, you can set this bath bomb mold aside. So, you will want to repeat this process to put all the remaining halves together.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Letting Your Bath Bombs Set Up

Now your bath bombs are just about ready for you to use! However, you need to let your bath bombs completely set up before using your finished product. Depending on your climate, this could take anywhere from a day or two to week. Once your bath bomb has completely hardened, you are ready to use your finished product! Of course, you can remove your bacon bath bomb to use right away or package using your own supplies. Additionally, you can leave the cosmetic mixture in the bath bomb mold for easy packaging! Either way, we hope that you enjoy your bacon bath bombs!

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Best Bacon Recipes

Not only can you enjoy the aroma of our bacon fragrance oil, but you can check out some scrumptious bacon recipes. If you are a bacon lover, then you will be sure to love some of these delicious bacon recipes! The article Our Best Bacon Recipes from Taste of Home has a list of scrumptious and unique ways to enjoy the taste of bacon. Whether you want to try out Whiskey Bacon Jam, Bacon Cinnamon Rolls, or another fun food recipe, this article is a fun place to start. So, you can enjoy the real taste of bacon as well as the fun of this bacon scented bath recipe.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Reach Out to UsBacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed creating this lovely bath bomb recipe! If you have any questions about how to make this bacon scented bath and body recipe, then feel free to reach out to us. Of course, you can talk to us in the store, on the phone, and online. One easy way to reach out to us online is through social media. We have a Natures Garden Facebook page that you can find us on. Also, you can use our handle @ngscents to reach out to us on both our Instagram and Twitter pages. Not only can you use these social media platforms to reach out to us, but you can share your own ideas and take part in the craft making community, too. So, we would love to hear from you sometime soon!

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Note About Natures Garden Recipes

Natures Garden is not responsible for the performance of any of the recipes provided on our website. Testing of the bacon bath bomb recipe is your responsibility. If you plan to resell any recipes we provide, it is your responsibility to adhere to all FDA regulations. If there are ingredients listed in a recipe that Natures Garden does not sell, we cannot offer any advice on where to purchase those additional ingredients.

Aug
24

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe


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Nettle Bath Bomb RecipeNettle Bath Bomb Recipe

Nature’s Garden is the place to go for all your bath and body recipe inspirations! Our crafty creative staff has a new bath bomb recipe to show you all! The Nettle Bath Bomb recipe is sure to get you to take a nice, long soak in a warm bath with this skin soothing bath bomb. With nourishing ingredients such as, avocado oil, kaolin clay, and of course some very beneficial nettle leaf, we are sure you will be wanting to add this to your line of bath and body products.

 

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: What is Nettle LeafNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: What is Nettle Leaf

If you are familiar with adding herbs and powders to your bath and body recipes, then I am sure you have heard of Nettle Leaf. It is actually very common plant that could possible be mistaken for a weed, however, this plant is anything but a pesky old weed! Nettle Leaf is also known as Common Nettle or Stinging Nettle (although not all varieties sting). Nettle Leaf is native to many parts of the world including North America and Europe. This perennial plant has even been found in ancient clothing from China dating back over 2000 years ago! That is correct! Not only is this leaf used medicinally and in the culinary trade, but the Nettle Leaf was used in creating clothes during World War II. Specifically in the uniforms used by the Germans.

Since it is also known as Stinging Nettle, you may wonder how does the leaf actually sting you? Well, there are little hairs along the sides of the leaves. If your skin comes into contact with the leaves, you will most likely experience, welts, rashes or blisters. However, once the leaves are dried, than they are safe to handle with no fear of getting stung.

Nettle Leaf is actually incredibly amazing for the body! As we stated above, it is a popular herb medicinally and topically and in the food. Chocked full of vitamins such as, Vitamin A, B, C, D and K, it also carries a large amount of iron, potassium, calcium, manganese, amino acids, phosphorous, magnesium, silica, silicon, protein and iodine. That is quite a bit of power in one plant!

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: The Benefits of Nettle LeafNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: The Benefits of Nettle Leaf

Nettle Leaf can be made into many things to treat a variety of skin and hair ailments. You can create a mask of nettle leaf or an astringent. This helps with acne, scars and even eczema. A massage oil can be created for beneficial anti-inflammatory properties. This can help with arthritic pain, rheumatism and even tendonitis.  Also, a toner or a paste can be created to help with skin burns, swelling or even scaring Since Nettle Leaf contains silica and silicon it makes a wonderful topical treatment for scalp conditions! It can strengthen the roots, stimulate  hair growth and the silica helps strengthen the follicles, and scalp. It also can help with stubborn dandruff!

Nettle Leaf can also be made into a tea to drink. This is a wonderful way to help with kidney infections, benign prostatic hyperplasia, and lower blood pressure. This herb also contains iron and iron. Vitamin C is an important factor when it comes to iron absorption. This aids in fighting anemia and fatigue!

This is just a few of the amazing things Nettle Leaf has to offer! Not only is it a perfect aid to staying healthy on the inside, it’s awesome for looking healthy on the outside as well!

Now that we have some knowledge of what nettle leaf can help you out with, let’s move on to the recipe!

Nettle Leaf Bath Bomb Recipe: Two Key Ingredients

In this bath bomb we have used two of your standard bath bomb ingredients, Citric Acid and Baking Soda! Citric Acid (when combined with baking soda) is what gives your bath bombs their fizz! It naturally occurs in citrus fruits and acts as a preservative. Also, citric acid is used in a multitude of products and industries. From foods to medicinal to bath and body products, it is a very convenient ingredient to have on hand. The other ingredient is Baking Soda, or Sodium Bicarbonate. This is a gentle, natural alkaline that is used in cosmetic formulations and cleaning formulas to lift dirt, and remove oils. It can be used in anything from a dish washing detergent to using as a rinse to help get your hair soft and shiny!

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Avocado OilNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Avocado Oil

Avocado Oil is a wonderful, moisturizing ingredient that is helpful for those with sensitive skin! It also is one of the few oils that has a high percentage of unsaponifiables (the portions of the oil that do not react with the lye to form soap). It is also full of vitamins such as A, D and E.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Kaolin Clay PowderNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Kaolin Clay Powder

Kaolin Clay, also called China Clay, is a white clay that is perfect for sensitive skin types.  This clay is commonly used to make mineral makeup such as foundation, eye shadow, and blush.  Also, Kaolin clay is used in formulations as a thickener and is added to bath bombs to harden them.  Like most clays, kaolin clay helps cleanse the skin and remove toxins.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Dragons Blood Fragrance OilNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Dragons Blood Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden smells just like the essential oil. Dragon’s blood truly has a smell all its own. A deep, rich earthy smell of spicy and sweet that has a true incense fragrance to it. This fragrance oil is a best seller here at Nature’s Garden.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients That You Can Get At Nature’s Garden

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment You will Need

  • Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
  • Mixing Bowls
  • Mixing Spoon
  • Scale

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Recipe Amounts

  • 300 grams Citric Acid
  • 600 grams Baking Soda
  • 10 grams Kaolin Clay Powder
  • 18 grams Avocado Oil
  • 18 grams Dragons Blood Fragrance Oil
  • 5 grams Nettle Leaf C/S
  • 5 grams Nettle Leaf Powder

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Before You Get Started

Before you get creating, a few important steps should be taken. First, clean and sanitize your work area. Also, give your equipment and packing materials a good scrubbing. For sanitary reasons, we suggest using a hair net, gloves and protective clothing when preparing this or any other recipe. Have a spray bottle of witch hazel ready to go along with all the ingredients needed withing easy reach. These steps help the process of making your bath bombs run smoothly without unnecessary interruptions. Once you have prepped yourself and your work area, you are ready to go!

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepping the Dry IngredientsNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepping the Dry Ingredients

First you will begin preparing the dry ingredients. Take your first mixing bowl and place it on your scale. Tare out the weight and add in 300 grams of Citric Acid, 600 grams of Baking Soda and 10 grams of Kaolin Clay Powder.

 

 

 

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing It UpNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing It Up

Then, with gloved hands, you can mix these ingredients together, breaking up any clumps as you go. You can set this bowl aside for the moment.

 

 

 

 

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepping the Wet IngredientsNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepping the Wet Ingredients

Now you will move onto the wet ingredients. In the second mixing bowl, weigh out 18 grams of Avocado Oil, 18 grams of Dragons Blood Fragrance Oil. You can stir these ingredients together to combine the two.

 

 

 

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Wet and Dry Ingredients

Next, you will combine the wet and dry ingredients together. Mix in the wet to the dry and using your gloved hands, thoroughly combine these ingredients together. Make sure that the oils are evenly dispersed throughout the mixture.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Separating the Dough

The next step is to separate the bath bomb dough. Divide your dough in half. Place one half in a clean bowl and the other half can stay in the mixing bowl you combined the ingredients in.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Nettle Leaf

Now that you have the dough separated you will be adding the nettle leaf. To the first bowl, weigh and add 5 grams of the cut and sifted nettle leaf.

 

 

 

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Nettle Leaf

 

 

Next, we will prepare the mixture that will be used for the second half of the mixture. So, to the next bowl, add 5 grams of the powdered nettle leaf.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Using the Witch Hazel

Now we will be mixing in the witch hazel. So to the first bowl, lightly mist the bath bomb mixture, mixing the ingredients with your hands. Continue to spritz the mixture with the witch hazel until you have a nice crumbly dough-like consistency throughout the bath bomb dough. Once you have completed the first bowl, you can move onto the second bowl. Combine and spritz the mixture with the witch hazel as you did before. When the second bowl is of the same crumbly, dough you can stop mixing.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Creating the Bath BombNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Creating the Bath Bomb

With both of our mixtures combined and at the right consistency, you will now be using the bath bomb molds. To the first half of the mold, pack in the mixture containing the nettle leaf powder. Make sure you have it packed in tightly and firmly.

 

 

 

To the other half of the mold, add in the mixture containing the nettle leaf cut and sifted, making sure it, too, is packed in tightly.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Putting the Two Halves TogetherNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Putting the Two Halves Together

Now that both halves are filled, you will be putting them together to make the bomb. First, lightly mist each half of the bath bomb with the witch hazel. This will help ensure that the two halves bind together. Now you can put the halves together, pushing tightly to lock the mold into place. Continue this process until you have used up all the bath bomb dough. This recipe makes approximately six bath bombs.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Using the Bath Bomb

Before using your awesome new bath bomb, you will need to allow them to set up and harden. Once they have hardened and set up, you can allow them to stay in the mold, or you can remove them and package how you desire. When it is bath time, simply place the Nettle Bath Bomb under some warm bath water. Relax and enjoy the delights of bath time!

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: To Learn More

We hope you enjoyed this brand new recipe Nature’s Garden has created! We also hope you enjoyed learning a little bit about the benefits of the Nettle Leaf. It really is an amazing plant, and you may actually have some in your own backyard and not know it! If you would like to learn more about the Nettle Leaf, check out our Nettle Leaf Class on our website or follow this link to read up on how this amazing herb can benefit you!

Nature’s Garden sells all their herbs and powders for external uses only. They are not sold as food items. (The information we provide is for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration). Keep all herbs out of reach of children and pets. Special care should be taken by pregnant and/or lactating women when handling herbs.

Rose Bath Bomb Recipe: Reach Out to UsCome Find Us!

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Aug
23

Calendula Bath Bomb


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Calendula Bath BombCalendula Bath Bomb

We have a beautiful new bath bomb to show off to all our customers! Our Calendula Bath Bomb is an excellent way to give your skin the nourishment it needs and deserves! Just by having a relaxing soak in your tub, you can give your skin some much needed Vitamin C without drinking any Orange Juice! This bath bomb uses both Calendula flowers and Calendula flower powder. We have also incorporated Bentonite Clay Powder and Safflower Oil. We have also chosen our fresh and flowery Floral Bouquet fragrance oil.  Not only will we share the amazing benefits of using Calendula, but we also have a few other recipes that use calendula to help inspire you!

 

Calendula Bath Bomb: What is CalendulaCalendula Bath Bomb: What is Calendula

Calendula,  also known as Calendula officinalis, is a very well known therapeutic herb. Since it is native to Northern Mediterranean countries, it is used in many of their food dishes.  Calendula is an annual flower, which refers to the tendency it has to bloom accordingly with the calendar. Calendula is a modern Latin diminutive of the word calendae, which means “little clock” or “little calendar.”  It usually blooms along with the full moon or at least once a month. The more commonly known name, pot marigold or the nickname “Mary’s Gold”, refers to the Virgin Mary. These flowers are used in some Catholic ceremonies to honor her.

This herb has a great number of uses in many different industries, including cosmetics. Egyptians considered the herb to have rejuvenating powers. Also, in the Hindu world, the people adorned the statues of their gods in their temples with the flower.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Uses and Benefits of the CalendulaCalendula Bath Bomb: Uses and Benefits of the Calendula

So what are the uses of calendula? Well, there are a multitude of uses for this gorgeous, sunny yellow flower! It is used in food as a colorant for some foods, such as cheese or butter. Also, it is completely edible and makes a wonderful addition in salads, soups or even stews. This flower can also be made into a tea that is chock full of healthy benefits for your insides!

Medicinally, this flower has been used for centuries! As far back as the Civil War and even during  World War II, calendula flowers were used on battle fields to keep open wounds from hemorrhaging. It was used as an antiseptic to help clean wounds. Calendula is best known for it’s anti-inflammatory and anti-viral properties. It’s use in salves and ointments help promote healing from burns, frostbite, diaper rash or cuts. Also, when made into a tea, calendula can help heal ulcers, relieve colitis, gastritis or even menstrual cramps.  A mouth wash made from this mighty flower can help with gingivitis, gum problems or can be gargled with to reileve sore throats.

In bath and body products, Calendula is even more amazing! When made into any type of lotion, soap, cream, oil or even an astringent, your skin will look healthy and feel healthy. As we talked about before, topically, this herb is amazing in healing many kinds of skin issues. From acne, to eczema to cuts and burns, Calendula can heal it all.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Some of the other Ingredients

We also have a few important ingredients in this recipe that are also beneficial to the skin. The first two are the base of any bath bomb recipe: citric acid and baking soda. Combined, these two will give your bath bomb its fizz. Seperately, they are very gentle cleansing agents. Baking Soda has been around since ancient times. It can be found dissolved in many mineral springs and is a component (the natural form is called nahcolite) of the mineral natron. Ancient Egyptians used natron as a soap.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Bentonite Clay PowderCalendula Bath Bomb: Bentonite Clay Powder

Our next ingredient is Bentonite Clay Powder. This is a very popular ingredient in creating bath and body products. Bentonite clay is used in face mask formulations to help clean impurities from the skin. In soap making, it can be added to cold process soap during trace to help oily skin. It can help thicken lotions and aid in emulsifying the ingredients. Also, adding bentonite clay to bath bomb recipes helps to make your bath bombs harder.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Safflower OilCalendula Bath Bomb: Safflower Oil

Safflower Oil is not just for cooking your heart healthy food dishes. This oil is a wonderful addition to any type of bath and body product. This oil has a high linoleic acid that is important for boosting the appearance of your skin. It can help with new skin cell regeneration and help clear up scars and blemishes.

 

 

Calendula Bath Bomb: Floral Bouquet Fragrance OilCalendula Bath Bomb: Floral Bouquet Fragrance Oil

The fragrance oil we chose for this bath bomb is our Floral Bouquet. This fragrance oil has a definite Floral Shoppe scent to it. Close your eyes and you can picture vases of roses, tulips, carnations surrounding you!

So you see, this bath bomb is just the thing to help give you a relaxing soak in the bathtub! There’s some amazing action going on in this happy little bath bomb!

 

Calendula Bath Bomb: Ingredients you can get at Nature’s Garden

Calendula Bath Bomb: Other Ingredients and Equipment Needed

  • Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
  • Mixing Bowls
  • Mixing Spoon
  • Scale

Calendula Bath Bomb: Total Recipe Amounts

  • 300 grams Citric Acid
  • 600 grams Baking Soda
  • 10 grams Bentonite Clay Powder
  • 18 grams Safflower Oil
  • 18 grams Floral Bouquet Fragrance Oil
  • 5 grams Whole Calendula Flowers
  • 5 grams Calendula Powder

Calendula Bath Bomb: Before You Get Started

Before you get started on your recipe, it’s always important to take a few steps to help your creating go along smoothly. Clean and sanitize your work area. Also, give your equipment and packing materials a cleaning and sanitizing. We suggest wearing an apron, gloves and other protective clothing when preparing your recipe. One last step, fill your bullet bottle with witch hazel and place a sprayer on top. We will be using this when we start to form the bath bombs.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Prepping the Dry IngredientsCalendula Bath Bomb: Prepping the Dry Ingredients

Our first step will be mixing the dry ingredients. So in your first bowl, after placing it on the scale and taring out the weight, you will weigh the dry ingredients. To the bowl add 300 grams of Citric Acid, 600 grams of Baking Soda and 10 grams of Bentonite Clay Powder.

 

 

Calendula Bath Bomb: Mixing the Dry IngredientsCalendula Bath Bomb: Mixing the Dry Ingredients

Now, with gloved hands you will mix the dry ingredients together, breaking up any clumps that you come across. This bowl will be set aside as we move on to our wet ingredients.

 

 

 

Calendula Bath Bomb: Prepping the Wet Ingredients

Our second step will be the wet ingredients. To a second bowl, after placing it on the scale and taring out the weight, you will weigh in the wet ingredients.  So to the bowl add in 18 grams of Safflower Oil and 18 grams of Floral Bouquet fragrance oil.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Mixing the Wet Ingredients

Now that your wet ingredients are together, give these a nice stir making sure that the oils are combined well.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Adding the Wet IngredientsCalendula Bath Bomb: Adding the Wet Ingredients

Next, you will be adding the wet ingredients to the dry. Once the oils are all added into the powders, used your gloved hands to thoroughly mix the bath bomb ingredients together. Continue mixing until you are confident that you have everything completely and evenly mixed.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Dividing the Mixture

You will now need two mixing bowls. You will need to divide you bath bomb mixture into two equal parts. Place each half in an empty bowl.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Adding the Calendula Flowers and PowdersCalendula Bath Bomb: Adding the Calendula Flowers and Powders

Now that our bath bomb mixture is evenly seperated, place the first bowl on the scale and tare out the weight. Weigh in 5 grams of calendula powder.  Remove this bowl, set it aside and place the second bowl on the scale. Tare out the weigh and add in 5 grams of the whole calendula flowers. You can remove this from the scale also.

 

 

Calendula Bath Bomb: Using the Witch HazelCalendula Bath Bomb: Using the Witch Hazel

Now that we have everything add in we will be using the witch hazel to help create and form the bath bomb mixture into a dough. Starting with your first bowl, begin spraying the mixture with the witch hazel and using your hands, mix the ingredients together, misting as you go. You should have a crumbly, dough like texture when you are done. Next, you will do the same to the second bowl, misting with the witch hazel and combining the ingredients until you have reached the crumbly dough stage. You are now ready to move on to creating the bath bombs.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Before Making the Bath Bombs

Before you start adding the dough to the bath bomb mold, take a small amount of whole calendula flowers and place them in the bottom of each one half of the molds you will be using. This will add a pretty touch of interest to your finished bath bomb.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Filling the First Half of the  Bath Bomb Molds

Now you can move on to creating the bath bomb. These bath bombs will be layered. So, add a small amount of the mixture that contains the calendula powder. Then, add a layer that contains the whole calendula flowers. You will repeat this process filling one half of each mold.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Filling the Second Half of the Mold

For the second half, it will not have the extra calendula flowers added in. It will simply be the dough mixture. So continuing the layering process and fill the second half until it is completely full, just as you did with the first half of the mold.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Fitting the Two Halves Together

The last step will be fitting the two halves of the mold together, to form the bomb. Take both halves of the bath bomb. Next, mist each half lightly with witch hazel. This will help the bath bomb adhere together. Now, press the two halves together until the mold is closed. Continue filling and layering the remaining bath bomb molds and pressing them together. This recipe will give you 6 bath bombs.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Letting the Bath Bombs Set UpCalendula Bath Bomb: Letting the Bath Bombs Set Up

When you have completed all the bath bombs, you will allow them to set up and harden. This can take anywhere form 24 to 48 hours. It will all depend end on the humidity of your environment. We do suggest that creating your bath bombs is best done in a cool, dry area. Also, keep them in the same cool, dry area while they set up. Creating your recipe in an area that is humid will make the bath bombs difficult to form and set up.

Once your bombs have hardened, you may leave them in the mold, which makes packaging for selling or giving away, easy and fast. However, you may remove them from the mold and package them however you choose.  When your ready to use your Calendula Bath Bomb, simply place it in a nice, warm bath and relax!

Calendula Bath Bomb: That’s All For Now

We hope you enjoyed this fun new bath bomb recipe! We also hope you enjoyed learning about how amazing this pretty yellow flower can benefit you in your every day life! It’s an incredibly versatile product to have around. If you enjoyed this recipe, we have a few more recipes that we have incorporated Caldendula in. We have two wonderful cold process soap recipes, Calendula Sunshine Cold Process or our Calendula Swirl Soap. Also, we have a Calendula Bath Melt recipe that will give you some amazingly soft, moisturized skin! Would you like some more detailed information on the Calendula? Follow this link to learn some more amazing benefits!

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Aug
06

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes


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Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic RecipesCream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes

If you enjoy baking scrumptious desserts or you like to create bath bombs or bubble bars using Natures Garden recipes, then you have probably heard of cream of tartar. However, you may not know what it is made from or what it even does for your products. While it is not glamorous or often known, there are many reasons to use cream of tartar. This ingredient is an integral part of some cosmetic recipes as well as many dessert recipes. If you are curious about the ins and outs of this cosmetic additive, then this is the perfect blog for you!

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Cream of Tartar History

We can date the creation of cream of tartar back for 7000 years, where the powder was discovered in some ancient village ruins in Iran. Although we don’t know whether cream of tartar was used at this point, it was found in the bottom of a wine making jar. However, it could just been the by product that was ignored after wine making. Around 1769, a chemist in Sweden, who was named CW Scheele, purified cream of tartar and developed the modern practice that is used to purify it to this day. In 1832, Jean Baptiste Biot experimented with this cream of tartar and learned about many of its properties. Throughout the following years this multipurpose ingredient has been used in things like French cuisine, homemade bath bombs, and even natural home cleaners.

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Advancements in Science

Though studying wine making and the substances that were created during this process, like cream of tartar, Louis Pasteur was able to make some ground break discoveries in organic chemistry. After, preparing the same salt naturally through wine making and synthetically in the lab he realized that the two were not exactly the same. In fact, they were mirror images! After some continued work in the lab he found that he was able to synthetically create both types, while the natural process only resulted in the one type. Now, this is referred to as the Chirality of a molecule, or its “handedness” as it can be left or right. Furthermore, this led to the idea that molecules were not flat, but three dimensional.

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: What is Cream of Tartar?Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: What is the Source of Cream of Tartar?

Cream of tartar, or Potassium Hydrogen Tartrate, is a white powdery substance that is slightly acidic in nature. This powder is created from a byproduct when grapes are fermented. So, cream of tartar begins its formation inside the barrels when wine is made. Initially, the substance created is called argol, or beeswing, and it has a red-brown color.  Also, this substance is useful during fermentation, as it helps maintain pH and preserve the grapes during the fermentation process. After, the wine is finished and removed from the container. Then, the argol residue left behind can be purified and turned into white, odorless cream of tartar powder. 

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: What is Cream of Tartar Used For?

There are so many cream of tartar uses that you can take advantage of in your recipes. First, you can use cream of tartar in your desserts and other scrumptious recipes. Also, you can include our cosmetic ingredient in some bath and body recipes as well as fun recipes like homemade play dough. Further, you can use it to clean around the house without using harsh commercial cleaners.

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Cosmetics

First, cream of tartar can be used to create some fun bath and body recipes! While this ingredient may not seem like much, it is key to many cosmetic recipes. Often, this ingredient is used to enhance or activate the properties of other ingredients. For example, many recipe formulations for bubble bars include cream of tartar. Cream of tartar is used to increase the integrity of the bars. In another instance, this cosmetic ingredient is used to active the baking soda to make bath bombs fizzy and fun. So, this is not an ingredient that you would want to leave out of your cosmetics recipes!

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Natures Garden Recipes

Since cream of tartar can be useful for creating quality cosmetic recipes, there are a few Natures Garden recipes that include cream of tartar. These quality recipes each use this cosmetic additive to enhance the quality of the product or replace another ingredient that you may to switch out. If you want to see more of the cosmetic recipes that we have created with cream of tartar, then check out the recipe tab on the cream of tartar page.

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Why is Cream of Tartar Used in Bath Bombs?Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Why is Cream of Tartar Used in Bath Bombs?

If you are looking to create a bath bomb without citric acid, then cream of tartar may be a good option for you. In order to fizz, the baking soda needs a weakly acidic ingredient to activate it. So, you can use something like lemon juice, citric acid, cream of tartar, or another slightly acidic ingredient to create you fizzy bath bomb. We swapped out this ingredient in our Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Recipe and created some nice, solid bath bombs. While this recipe was slightly less fizzy than a typical bath bomb, it still worked well!

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: What Does Cream of Tartar Do in Bubble Bars?Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: What Does Cream of Tartar Do in Bubble Bars?

Also, you can include cream of tartar in your bubble bar recipes. We used this ingredient in our Basil Sage Mint Bubble Bar Recipe as well as many other bubble bar recipes to create fantastic products. When cream of tartar is used as a cosmetic ingredient, it will help to stabilize and hold together all the other important ingredients. So, this important ingredient is perfect for creating fun, quality bubble bar recipes.

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: How to Make Playdough with Cream of TartarCream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: How to Make Playdough with Cream of Tartar

Another fun thing that you can do with this cosmetic ingredient is create fun homemade play dough! Although you can create play dough with out this ingredient, your dough may lack in quality. There are some ingredients that  you can use to replace cream of tartar. However, simply leaving out this ingredient may not leave you with a  result that you like. This ingredient is used to make the dough smoother and softer as well as improve the elasticity Also, this ingredient can be used to persevere the dough in a container for a week or so. So, we’d recommend trying out a recipe that uses Cream of Tartar, like our Scented Play Dough Recipe.

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: All Natural Cleaning

Another benefit of this cream of tartar is that you can use it in some natural cleaning recipes. You can create a paste of just water and cream of tartar. This paste can then be used to clean all sorts of things around the house. First, you can use this paste to make aluminum or copper cookware look cleaner and almost like new. Plus, you can use this paste to shine up metal appliances or help smooth scratched up dishes. Further, you can use a mixture of cream of tartar and lemon juice to remove stains from clothes. After, soaking you can rinse and wash like normal to help keep your clothes looking good. Also, you can even use cream of tartar with hydrogen peroxide to clean the bathroom. Cream of tartar can help with rust in the bathtub and even brightening up the porcelain all over the room.

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: BakingCream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Using Cream of Tartar for Baking

One of the most common uses for cream of tartar in baking is to stabilize egg whites. This is useful for creating many kinds of desserts, specifically meringue. Also, cream of tartar will help to increase the volume and prevent collapse. You can see in this basic, Good Meringue recipe from Allrecipes that cream of tartar is an important ingredient. Additionally, Cream of tartar can be used to activate the baking soda in a recipe. In fact, you could create your own baking powder with these two powders. However, cream of tartar isn’t the only ingredient that can be used to activate the baking soda. Since both cream of tartar and lemons are acidic, these are a few options that you can use to pair with the baking soda.

Additionally, cream of tartar can be used to improve the quality of candy and other sugary foods. Since this ingredient is slightly acidic, it is useful for helping prevent the sugar from creating large crystals. So, adding this ingredient allows you to create recipes that require a lot of sugar without getting crunchy or gritty. This is useful for creating candy and other sugary treats. This is because including a bit of cream of tartar can keep your recipe from getting too brittle or crunchy. So, anyone creating a sugary syrup, chocolate, hard candy, or other yummy sweets may want to think about adding a but of cream of tartar.

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Other Uses for Cream of Tartar

Although we have gone through quite a few uses for this cosmetic ingredient, there are a few more ideas for using cream of tartar. You can sprinkle some of this powder to deter ants from your home as well as use this powder to brightening clothes. There are so many neat things you can do with cream of tartar! If you are interested in learning even more about these uses, then check out 8 Surprising Uses for Cream of Tartar by Care2!

 

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Ask Your QuestionsCream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Ask Your Questions

We hope that you enjoyed learning a bit about our cosmetic cream of tartar! If you have anymore questions about this botanical herb or any of our other Herbs and Spices, then you can reach out and ask us. You can talk to us in the store or on the phone. Also, you can find us on one of our social media accounts. We have a Facebook page as well as a Twitter and an Instagram (@ngscents). So, there are plenty of ways that you can get in contact us. Hope you create some wonderful products that you enjoy with this cosmetic ingredient!

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Note About Our Cream of Tartar

Natures Garden sells cream of tartar for external use only. We do not sell our cream of tartar, or any of our products, as a food item or for consumption. So, the information that we provide about cream of tartar is only for educational purposes. We do not intend for you to use this information to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated any of this information. Make sure that you keep your cosmetic ingredients, like cream of tartar, out of reach of any children or pets. Also, pregnant and/or lactating women should take special care when handling our herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products made with our cream of tartar. All product testing is the responsibility of the customer.

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Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils


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Popular Tropical Fragrance OilsPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils

Adding tropical fragrance oils to your homemade products is a perfect way to bring the best parts of summer into your home all year round. These paradise aromas are reminiscent of fun times in the summer sun. Whether you spend all your time sun bathing, sipping on tasty tropical beverages, or enjoying soft tropical breezes, you are sure to find a fragrance that brings back some memories of your favorite vacation. So, these popular tropical fragrance oils are perfect for your creating your homemade products. Using these lovely paradise fragrance oils to create your homemade cosmetic products is perfect way to formulate recipes that are the embodiment of summer fun. So, check out some amazing bath and body recipes that you can create with these delightful scented oils.

Jamaica Me Crazy Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Jamaica Me Crazy Fragrance Oil

One fantastic fragrance oil that you can use to craft your homemade creations is the Jamaica Me Crazy Fragrance Oil. This lovely fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a tropical paradise in a bottle! Jamaica me crazy begins with top notes of mandarin, Mexican lime, tangerine, and kumquat; middle and base notes of watermelon, tart green apples, cantaloupe, and honeydew melon. This delightful scented oil could be used to make tropical island scented candles. Also, you can make bath and body products that will virtually take you on a Jamaican vacation.

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Coconut Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Coconut Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use this delightful Coconut Fragrance Oil to add a lovely scent to your homemade cosmetics and scented crafts. This fragrance oil by Natures Garden will provide your lovely crafts with a delightfully fresh coconut aroma. Many have found that this lovely scented oil is reminiscent of coconut scented suntan lotion. The aroma of this fragrance oil is not too buttery or creamy. So, this will leave your scented products with an aroma that is fresh and clean smelling. Further, using this fragrance oil in your products in your homemade products will transport you to the beach with this warm summer scent!

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: NG Sun and Sand Type Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: NG Sun and Sand Type Fragrance Oil

Plus, you can use the warm NG Sun and Sand Type Fragrance Oil to create some wonderful homemade recipes. This wonderful fragrance oil has an ozony blend of florals and citrus. These scents combine with white flowers, bergamot, orange blossoms, ylang ylang, muguet and lily. This culminates with a light musk base. Furthermore, we have included this scented oil in our Solid Pink Salt Scrub Recipe. Along with the scrumptious scent of this gorgeous summer scent, this salt scrub uses some lovely ingredients. This includes luxurious oils and beautiful Himalayan Pink Salt that lead to a recipe that will truly care for your body. So, you will absolutely want to try this bath and body recipe out at home.

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Jungle Love Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Jungle Love Fragrance Oil

Further, you can use the Jungle Love Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden to create some delightfully scented diy candles or cosmetic products. This wonderful fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a combination of tropical and citrus scents. This scented oil is a refreshing blend of fresh squeezed oranges, pineapples, bananas, coconut, and fresh kiwi. This is a best selling fragrance of ours that is perfect for creating products that are sure to leave you feeling rejuvenated and relaxed. So, adding this aroma to your recipes will create products that are great for unwinding and reducing stress.

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Kulu Bay Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Kulu Bay Fragrance Oil

Another great exotic scented oil that you can use to make your various diy crafts is the Kulu Bay Fragrance Oil. This fragrance is a luxury spa fragrance oil by Natures Garden! This tropical scent is inspired by the wonderful Fiji Islands; where lush, virgin rainforests revitalize your well-being. Invigorate your mind and soul with this upscale, fresh and exotic fragrance. This scent is an energetic blend of tamarind, crushed lychee berries, Tahitian Noni juice, and fresh cranberries. Then, the scented oil will finish with the herbal freshness of sun-ripened figs and base notes of basil and palm leaves. Plus, you can use this lovely fragrance to perfectly create our Lavender Fizzy Bath Recipe. This rejuvenating and skin-softening recipe blends perfectly with the scent of this tropical scented oil.

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil

Further, we have another delightful vacation fragrance to include in your scented crafts. This aroma is perfect for creating both refreshing bath and body products or strongly scented candles. Our Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil is a powerful scent that is very strong and complex! Further, this fragrance has a scent that is relaxing and refreshing. This scent is perfect for recharging with the serene yet uplifting aroma of luscious tropical mango, juicy papaya and creamy island florals. So, this wonderful fragrance oil is perfect for creating our Bubbling Bath Bomb Recipe.  This bath bomb recipe uses bright colors that perfectly match the bright, scrumptious scent of this fragrance oil.

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Aloha Fragrances OilsPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Aloha Fragrances Oils

Next, you can try out a lovely floral and fruit scented oil in your homemade bath products. This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is perfect for creating some delight summer bath and body products. This scented oil, Aloha Fragrances Oil, is a tropical delight that combines sweet coconut and juicy island fruits with exotic, and delightfully fragrant native flora of tiare and plumeria flowers. We have included this island scent in our fun Psychedelic Suds Soap Recipe, which uses differently colored melt and pour soap to create a bright, fun batch of soap. You can create your own unique recipes or try our homemade soap recipe out for yourself!

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Caribbean Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Caribbean Fragrance Oil

Another wonderful scented oil that you can use to create some delightful bath and body products is our Caribbean Fragrance Oil. This fun summer scent is a tropical blend of scrumptious coconut and freshly sliced pineapple. Further, the fragrance oil culminates with the aroma of a scrumptious scoop of vanilla ice cream. This fragrance oil has the aroma of a tropical paradise, which is perfect for creating products that are relaxing and bright with a touch of a sweet summer treat. This fragrance oil is the perfect aroma to add to your product line this summer!

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Palm Island Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Palm Island Fragrance Oil

Plus, you can use our Palm Island Fragrance Oil to create luxurious, spa quality products that you are sure to love! This scented oil is an upscale fragrance that begins with a rejuvenating medley of sweet orange blossoms, yuzu, and kumquat. This is followed by middle notes of juniper, Mediterranean fan palm, and rosemary. This scent culminates with complete ecstasy with base notes of fresh sandalwood and Tahitian vanilla beans. We at Natures Garden have created the Palm Island fragrance to embrace the feeling of the most romantic and serene vacation spots in the world. Just like the real Palm Island, a private island paradise located in the Grenadines, this scented oil is an escape from a busy world. So, this paradise of a scented oil is perfect for enhancing your homemade products to create a relaxing experience.

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Tranquil Oasis Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Tranquil Oasis Fragrance Oil

Further, you can use our Tranquil Oasis Fragrance Oil to create some gorgeous bath and body products. You can use this scent to pamper yourself with this luxury spa fragrance oil by Natures Garden. This scent will soothe the senses and rejuvenates the soul. The refreshing blend of cool citrus notes of satsuma and verbena is followed by rich French jasmine petals and salty sea notes. Lastly, this scent is rounded out with exotic musk and oriental bamboo. We used this scented oil to create our lovely Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe, which is perfect for having a relaxing bath.

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Mango Papaya Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Mango Papaya Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use the delightfully tropical scent of our Mango Papaya Fragrance Oil to create some amazing homemade scented crafts. You are sure to fall in love with this fruity blend of ripened mango and juicy papaya. Your product line will not be the same without this fragrance oil! This best selling scent is sure to enhance your product line. Plus, our scented oil now contains a higher essential oil than ever before! So, this scented oil is perfect for creating our Mango Papaya Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. This lovely soap recipe uses this juicy scent in melt and pour soap to create products that are bright and gorgeous. So, you can use this lovely scented oil to create some lovely scent products!

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Acai Berry Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Acai Berry Fragrance Oil

Additionally, you can try out our scrumptious Acai Berry Fragrance Oil in your homemade bath products or room scent products. Real Acai berries have a unique and tropical berry taste. This unique berry grows in the Amazon Rainforest on acai palm trees. Also, it is known for its high levels of antioxidants, and is becoming quite popular around the world for its health benefits. Luckily, our perfumist was able to take the scent of this delicious superfood and recreate it in Natures Garden’s Acai Berry Fragrance. Thanks to our perfumist we are able to use this amazing scented oil in the creation of our Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub Recipe. Not only does this sugar scrub smell great, but this scrub recipe uses luxurious butters and oils. Plus, this recipe includes herbs, like poppy seeds, that make this recipe really look like a smoothie!

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Mandarin Coconut Fragrance Oil

Plus, you can use our Mandarin Coconut Fragrance Oil to create some fantastic homemade products. Not only is this recipe perfect for sweet scented candles, but this aroma would be amazing in products like homemade soap or diy lotion. This is because the scent of this fragrance oil is irresistible. This fabulous aroma is a perfect summer blend of fresh mandarin oranges, tropical fruits, creamy coconut, and vanilla bean. Our Mandarin Coconut Fragrance begins with top notes of fuzzy apricot skin, mandarin balm, and yellow star fruit. This scent is followed by middle notes of white nectarine, papaya smoothie, and mango juice. Finally, theses notes are sitting on base notes of Caribbean coconut, vanilla bean, and Venezuela Tonka. So, you will absolutely want to try this scrumptious scented oil in your homemade recipes!

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Best Tropical Vacation Spots

While these delightful fragrances oils have the aroma of a tropical paradise, a real vacations to a tropical islands are even better! Some vacation spots are perfect for snorkeling and diving off the coast to see gorgeous tropical fish among the awe inspiring reef. Other vacation spots are perfect for you to relax along the beach to get a tan. Also, you could just take some time to relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery of a tropical paradise. If you are looking for some ideas for great places to vacation, then check out “15 Best Tropical Vacations” by Karen Hastings. This list provides some ideas of gorgeous vacation spots and highlights some of the best parts of each place. Regardless of where you choose to vacation, you are sure to enjoy your time and recharge from a busy life.

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Share With UsPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Share With Us

We hope that you enjoyed these lovely tropical fragrance oils!  This list of exotic fragrances is just a few of our vacation scents and you can find even more on our Tropical Scents page. You can use any of these scents are perfect for creating either delightful room scenting crafts or diy bath recipes. If you have created your own products with any of these scented oils, then we would love to hear all about it. Also, feel free to share which of these fragrance oils was your absolute favorite! You can share with us on one of our social media pages. You can use @ngscents to find us on Instagram or Twitter. Also, you can find us on the Natures Garden Facebook page. We can’t wait to hear from you!